Technology companies such as Seva, People.ai, Resolution Games, Algorand, OnShift, Yellowbrick Data, Infoworks.io and Innovusion announced funding rounds.
Seva, a knowledge management and search platform based in New York City, has raised $2.4 million in Seed financing led by Avalon Ventures. Other investors include Studio VC and Datadog founder and CEO Olivier Pomel.
People.ai, an artificial intelligence (AI) platform for enterprise revenue, announced $30 million Series B funding led by Andreessen Horowitz. Also participating in this funding round were Series A investors Lightspeed Venture Partners, GGV Capital, and Y Combinator.
Resolution Games, a virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) games company, has closed a $7.5 million series B round of funding led by MizMaa Ventures. The round also includes new investors from venture capital firms GP Bullhound and Fly Forever, as well as David Helgason, the founder of Unity. Prior round investors GV, Partech, Bonnier Ventures, Creandum and Sisu Game Ventures also participated in the round.
Algorand, a blockchain and cryptocurrency purpose built for business, has raised $62 million equity investment.
OnShift, a cloud-based human capital management software provider for the long-term post-acute care market, has received equity investment from Clearlake Capital Group, with participation from the Ziegler Link Age Fund II, L.P. and existing investor Health Velocity Capital.
Yellowbrick Data announced a $48 million investment led by Next47, the Siemens-backed venture firm, with participation from new investor DFJ Growth and existing investors.
Infoworks.io, a software platform provider for agile data engineering, has closed $25 million in Series C funding led by New Enterprise Associates (NEA), with participation of existing investors Nexus Venture Partners and Centerview Capital Technology.
Innovusion, a developer of LiDAR technology for the autonomous vehicle markets, has raised about $30 million in Series A funding, co-led by NIO Capital and Eight Roads Ventures in China, and F-Prime Capital in the U.S., in addition to seed round from Gaorong Capital and other strategic investors.